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Pace book
Citizenship Across the Curriculum
Faculty Dev. & Student Learning
Literary Learning
Scholarship of Teaching & Learning
Academic Goals and Social Engagement
Learning & the Holocaust

The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Book Series from Indiana University Press showcases new inquiry into the relationship between teaching and learning in post-secondary education. Drawing on disciplinary approaches, scholars from the humanities, social and natural sciences, and professions share theoretical frameworks and investigative outcomes while situating their work within broader contexts that transcend disciplinary boundaries. This series aims to support a transformative agenda for higher education by advancing understanding of what matters in student-centered learning and catalyzing innovation and improvement in teaching. 

Jennifer Meta Robinson and Whitney M. Schlegel


Editors Emerita: Mary Taylor Huber and Pat Hutchings

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